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Gunn

(gŭn),
Robert Marcus, British ophthalmologist, 1850-1909. See: Gunn phenomenon, Gunn dots, Gunn sign, Gunn syndrome, Marcus Gunn pupil, Gunn crossing sign, Gunn pupil.
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Rabin says, however, that Gunn did not want to be a parent, and was happy with her godmother role, allegedly even defining it in a document, in which she said she saw herself taking "an interest in Abush's upbringing and personal development in my role as godmother."
(PRP) has acquired New York, US-based insurance broker Gunn, Steers and Company to create an asset management and financial services-focussed team, the company said.
Mr Gunn suffered from drug addiction and had a number of convictions for burglary and robbery.
Gunn earned his Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in 1994.
Gunn's investigation of these issues gets off to a slow start, with a lengthy first chapter that sketches the outlines of early nineteenth-century ethnolinguistics.
And Sunday Mirror Sport can reveal that the Spaniard's resolve was strengthened when he saw Gunn, 20, during City's pre-season preparations.
Gunn's letters to Kew ceased abruptly in 1849 when he appears to have experienced a depressive illness (Earp 2014), so probably this manuscript was written in the mid-1840s.
Prosecutors said Michael Gunn had a gun while Theo Gunn had a sword.
Tony Cornberg, for Michael Gunn, said: "The offence has a history in relation to his then girlfriend.
Watkins & Gunn, which has offices in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypool, has appointed Care lawyer Jonathan Hall to help grow the family care department within the firm.
Innis & Gunn, founded in 2003 and with a turnover of PS11.8m in 2014, is the second-biggest supplier of speciality beer to the UK off-trade.
Andrew Leigh Gunn, who in the late 1970s served as Americans United's second executive director, died March 4 in Germantown, Md.